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Edwardian Replica Blouses, Skirts & Other SeparatesAn album of various Edwardian separates for day wear. CLICK on this thumbnail to open the album. CLICK on any photo in the album to open the gallery of photos for that item.
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Victorian, Civil War (1860's) & Early Replica Blouses, Skirts & Other Separates

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Blouse (our pattern #1911-A-015) shown with our skirt pattern #1911-A-0235 views
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Blouse (pattern #1912-A-009) & Skirt (pattern #1912-A-064)11 viewsThese two pieces looked particularly good together as a set. Blouse shown in this photo without the velvet sash that would have been worn with the jacket + skirt ensemble.
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Blouse Back Detail3 viewsClick on photo to see even more detail. The embroidery was done using a commonly-available machine embroidery stitch (this was done on a Janome machine).
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Blouse (our pattern #1911-A-015) shown with our skirt pattern #1911-A-0235 viewsJun 26, 2016
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Blouse Back Detail3 viewsClick on photo to see even more detail. The embroidery was done using a commonly-available machine embroidery stitch (this was done on a Janome machine). Jun 26, 2016
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4 viewsThe 1911 French fashion sketch for this blouse. Jun 26, 2016
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Blouse Front Detail2 viewsThe contrast section around the neckline is cut to mimic a contrast yoke, although it is only sewn on at the neckline seam. The pretty bow is made separately and attached by hand-tacking later. Jun 26, 2016